Me & Howard Stern & the FCC

The Fight To Take Back Out Public Airwaves From Indecent and Obscene Broadcasters


Al Westcott is single handedly responsible for more than $2.1 Million in FCC indecency fines against Howard Stern and his broadcasters. No individual in the history of broadcasting has been more successful in making broadcasters responsible for their actions than Al Westcott. Al Westcott is the broadcasting 'watchdog' who operates on his own. Al Westcott is not affiliated with any religious or political organization. All costs of his activities have been borne solely by Al Westcott with no financial help from any person or organization. Al Westcott is "King Of All Stern Fines"!

Thursday, August 12, 2004

How To File An FCC Complaint

To file a complaint with the Federal Communications Commission, the complaint should be in writing (a letter is sufficient) and the complainant should include the following information:

(1) the call letters of the station;
(2) the city and state where the station is located;
(3) the time and date of the specific broadcst in question;
(4) the time and date the offensive material was broadcast;
(5) the name of the station personnel involved in the broadcast; and
(6) a description of the circumstances of the broadcast.

Complaints in violation of the FCC's rules generally should include a statement regarding the subject broadcast. That statement should be in as much detail as possible.

Complaints should be sent to:
Federal Communications Commission
Enforcement Bureau, Investigations & Hearing Division
445 12th Street, SW
Washington, DC 20554.

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